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More rate cuts if monsoon is good, says Raghuram Rajan

More rate cuts if monsoon is good, says Raghuram Rajan

Washington: Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said more rate cut decisions by the apex bank will depend... 

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Micromax opens manufacturing facility in Hyderabad

Micromax opens manufacturing facility in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Mobile phone manufacturer Micromax on Thursday opened its new manufacturing facility which will have the... 

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Monsoon, positive data propel Sensex to over 3-month high

Monsoon, positive data propel Sensex to over 3-month high

Mumbai: Forecast of above normal monsoon and inflation falling below 5 per cent boosted the benchmark...

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India not to be hit by lower remittances from Gulf region: Moody's

India not to be hit by lower remittances from Gulf region: Moody's

Chennai: India, unlike many other economies in the Asia-Pacific region, may not be hit majorly...

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Smaash renews partnership with Mumbai Indians

Smaash renews partnership with Mumbai Indians

Bengaluru: After successful associations with Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli and Cristiano Ronaldo...

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Jewellers strike: Action shifts underground for wedding work

Jewellers strike: Action shifts underground for wedding work

Kota (Rajasthan): As jewellers strike continues against excise duty imposition, a lot of work in the city... 

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India a very, very bright spot, tech doing wonders: Kochhar

India a very, very bright spot, tech doing wonders: Kochhar

Hyderabad: The India story today got some unqualified support from ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar...

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Sleepless nights ahead for illegal Panama A/C holders: Jaitley

Sleepless nights ahead for illegal Panama A/C holders: Jaitley

New Delhi: The multi-agency group, set up to probe offshore accounts disclosed in Panama Papers...

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Panama Papers: RBI warns against jumping to conclusions

Panama Papers: RBI warns against jumping to conclusions

New Delhi: Cautioning against jumping to conclusions with regard to Panama Papers, the Reserve Bank today said...

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HP Inc unveils New Age, extra-secured printers for businesses

HP Inc unveils New Age, extra-secured printers for businesses

Macau: In a biggest ever launch in 10 years, HP Inc on Wednesday launched an aggressive, New Age portfolio of business... 

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Adani's mega Australian coal project granted lease

Adani's mega Australian coal project granted lease

Sydne: India's Adani Enterprises may soon start work on the mega Carmichael coal project in Australia....

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  Tata steel crisis: Cameron defends blocking tariffs

Tata steel crisis: Cameron defends blocking tariffs

Washington: British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the Britain's decision to reject higher EU tariffs on Chinese...

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LeEco set for second shopping carnival on Flipkart

LeEco set for second shopping carnival on Flipkart

New Delhi: After a successful first "LeEco Day" in February, Chinese smartphone maker LeEco is set for the second... 

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Tesla Motors to launch electric car in India

Tesla Motors to launch electric car in India

San Jose: Luxury electric car maker Tesla Motors, the facility of which Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

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Sensex vaults 438 pts; investors richer by Rs 1.62 lakh cr

Sensex vaults 438 pts; investors richer by Rs 1.62 lakh cr

Mumbai: Driven by a sharp rally in broader markets where the BSE Sensex soared by 438 points...

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Jio'll rank India among top 10 nations in digital world: Ambani

Jio'll rank India among top 10 nations in digital world: Ambani

Mumbai: Calling Jio the world's largest start-up, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh on Wednesday said...

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SC allows SEBI to sell Sahara properties

SC allows SEBI to sell Sahara properties

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed market regulator SEBI to go ahead with the sale of Sahara properties... 

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No sign of end to jewellers' strike; shops remain shut

No sign of end to jewellers' strike; shops remain shut

New Delhi: Gold and jewellery establishments in many parts of the country remained closed for the 25th... 

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India's Forex reserves rise by $2.53 billion

India's Forex reserves rise by $2.53 billion

Mumbai: India's foreign exchange (Forex) reserves increased by $2.53 billion during the week ended March 18...

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Bill introduced in US Congress to help India join APEC

Bill introduced in US Congress to help India join APEC

Washington: A group of influential American lawmakers have introduced a legislation asking the Obama administration....

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